Spurs supremo backs Harry
Chairman Daniel Levy has backed Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp by insisting he will aim to keep all of their star players in the summer.
Levy has broken his silence on the club's plans for the close season just days after Redknapp insisted that they will end up going backwards if they sell their top players. And, having fought hard to keep star playmaker Luka Modric at the north London club last summer when Chelsea came in for his signature, Levy is ready to ensure the Croatian international remains at White Hart lane, while also making sure Gareth Bale stays put. Wales international, Bale, who has been linked with Barcelona, revealed he would consider his future should Spurs fail to make the Champions League. But Levy will not let him leave without a real fight as he is looking for the club to continue progressing next season. He wrote in his end of season address to supporters: "Our squad has top players at all levels and we shall continue to seek stability and to retain key players this summer and beyond. We are a club that is focusing on growth and moving forward."